Harvard Business School is to open its first overseas facility, in Shanghai, and expand the number of overseas experiences available to its MBA students.
The latter is part of a wider curriculum development program which includes a range of intensive seminars taught in small classroom settings.
The expanded immersion program is a bid to give both first and second year MBA students the chance to experience business outside the US.
Financial Times reports it is something that other top schools such as Wharton and Stanford now do as a matter of course.
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